The Best of Twitter's Reaction to Chelsea 3-1 Manchester United

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The Best of Twitter's Reaction to Chelsea 3-1 Manchester United
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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho recorded his 100th Premier League victory with a 3-1 win over Manchester United (per the BBC).

His side were on the back foot for the opening 10 minutes of the match, until Samuel Eto'o's shot took a very helpful deflection over David De Gea to make it 1-0. Eto'o doubled the lead just before half time, and he completed his first hat-trick in English football shortly after the break.

Javier Hernandez gave United hope with 10 minutes left to play, but the comeback never materialised. Nemanja Vidic's red card in injury time compounded the visitors' misery, and they were lucky to end the game with 10 men as Rafael committed a horrendous foul on Gary Cahill.

Chelsea cruised to this comprehensive victory, and Twitter users were quick to add their comments to the post-match discussion.

A recruitment agency used David Moyes' predicament at United for this topical advert:

Some users made jokes at Moyes' expense:

While one fan of Football Manager empathised with him:

And others made Eto'o the star of the show:

There was also an excellent reminder to be careful what you say on Twitter:

The post-match interview with John Terry and Samuel Eto'o went down a storm:

Mourinho's hundredth victory threw up some great stats:

And Opta Joe had another couple of gems up his sleeve:

With the "Moyes Out" hashtag trending again, one Twitter user dug this out of the archives:

A rational approach indeed.

Despite all that, the tweet that summed up the afternoon best came from Mark Worrall:

 

If you feel that there was an excellent tweet missing from this list, you can let me know in the comments below, or on Twitter itself.

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